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eric holder has never heard the expression don't mess with texas. the supreme court has already ruled on voters rights. so why is the ag present? i will be talking with the attorney general of the great ♪ [ villain ] well mr. baldwin... it appears our journey has come to a delightful end. then i better use the capital one purchase eraser to redeem my venture miles for this trip. purchase eraser? it's the easy y to ese any recent travel expense. i just pick a charge, like my flight with a few taps, it's taken care of. impressive baldwin. does it work for hotels? absolutely thank goodness. mrs. villain and i are planning our... you scare me. and like it. let's go what's in your wallet? >>resident obama meeting behind closed doors today talking about the voting rights act. our next guest says this administration is starting to circumvent the recent decision of the united states supreme court. a move he considers hostile to the constitution and the state of texas. joining us now is the attorney general for the great state of texas. greg abbott. he is a candidate to succeed john cemented
never heard the expression don't mess with texas. the supreme courthas already ruled on voters rights. so why is the ag present? i will be talking with the attorney general of the great state of >> president obama meeting behind closed doors today talking about the voting rights act. our next guest says this administration is starting to circumvent the recent decision of the united states supreme court. a move he considers hostile to the constitution and the state of texas. joining us no is the attorney general for the great state of texas. greg abbott. he is a candidate to succeed john cemented cement thank you for having me. lou: you must tremble that he will not be impressed with your credentials of the onstitution as he has been so dismissive of his fellow attorneys and what the house and the senate have said. >> well, this is purportedly for the purpose of enforcing the voting rights ac but in reality this is nothing more than political theater. look at the way that this legal challenge againsttexas would launch. it was launched at a national urban league convention. this follows
ferdman back in 2000 for running a texas-based crime syndicate that staged car crashes ripping off big insurance companies. >> he listed his occupation as a -- >> driver of an ice cream truck. ferdman pled guilty to organized crime and was sentenced to seven years in a texas prison. he served just one year, was let out early for good behavior, and ended up in california. even though felons are barred from running drug medi-cal centers ferdman soon opened a rehab clinic called able family support. taxpayer funded drug rehab has been easy money for alexander ferdman. despite his organized crime conviction in texas, his california drug medi-cal contract is now worth about $2 million a year. his salary, $180,000. even after a 2011 review by los angeles county found evidence of what it considers to be fraudulent practices at his business, ferdman was allowed to expand. drew griffin with cnn. how are you doing? i'd like to ask you some questions about your business, if i could. >> i really don't have time right now. >> you can explain how can a guy with a record like you be operating a drug
, meaningless roll calls, meaningless speeches as they say down in texas, it's all hat and no cattle. republicans are united against obama care when it comes to votes like this one, but a warring faction of tea party republicans led by ted cruz of texas are making it very real threat to shut down the u.s. government if the law is not killed. apparently the strategy is being lambasted as silly, dumb, unachievable and political suicide. and the people saying those words are not democrats, it's the republicans in congress who are saying those things. and those criticisms are delicate compared to what's in today's "washington post." charles krauthammer, a pulp pulitzer prize winning conservative columnist says cruz belongs to the looney bin. "and this is krauthammer, this is nuts. every physical showdown has rebounded against the republicans. those who fancy themselves tea party patriots fighting a sold out cocktail swilling establishment are demanding yet another cliff dive as a show of principle, and manliness. but there's no principle at stake here. this is about tactics. if i thought
weeks of pregnancy and the u.s. state of texas could put women's lives at risk. officials fear that a black market in abortion pills could fill the gap if clinics are forced to close. this is where we do the procedure. here on the table. >> he has performed thousands of abortions over the past 30 years. it has not been without consequences. >> there was a time when i got more death threats than christmas cards. legislation requires abortion providers to upgrade their facilities. it could force clinics to close their doors for good. >> i see a lot of girls down here desperate. they will try every conceivable method two aboard. things like the use of bleach and soap. i have had a variety of ghastly details. the clinic, the ever present protesters are delighted that texas has introduced a new legislation. it is about the unborn children. but the major thing is they are forgetting the innocent child. they should have a right. we are born with rights in the united states of america. our right to life. >> there is already a thriving black market in so-called abortion pills. but alsov
that was category for his eldest in texas and it is heartbreaking. john: now the most controversial whether myth i am told extreme weather is getting worse because of global warming. >> not just the raging fires and more powerful storms. john: what will we do? the author of "high tide on main street" oceanographer john englander also climatologist pat michaels from the cato institute. should i be so scared as the president suggests? >> it is so twentieth century. in the last tenures forecast of global warming has begun to calmed down we are seeing sensitivity of temperature being reduced by 40 percent with the new climate models. be old models were too hot to that is recognized. john: that is 40 percent less but if weather is worse that is a problem. >> with care hurricanes hurricanes, tornadoes, they don't show the signals they are supposed to. there is a thing about the billn dollar disasters they are going up but what you have to do is take the edge damage and adjusted for gdp and inflatn and is simply has no trend was however. john: that people spend more ? >> there's more stuff in the way. jo
of a spy flick. instead, a team of researchers from university of texas at austin had deliberately coerced the $80 million vessel from its track, without physically taking the helm. with the blessing of those aboard, professor todd humphrey's and his graduate students employed a technique called g.p.s. spoofing to effectively disorient the ship's positioning system. changes went undetected by alarms, and the autopilot system shifted the yacht to what it thought was the original course, not one selected by humphrey's team. the demonstration was the first to show g.p.s. spoofing could pose a real threat to the world's civilian maritime industry. and a year earlier, the texas research group showed the same danger also exists in the civilian aerospace sector. they successfully used their g.p.s. spoofing system to commandeer an unmanned aerial vehicle on u.t.'s campus. and repeatedly brought the small, helicopter-like drone to the ground by altering information sent to its altitude navigation system. and todd humphreys, the university of texas researcher behind these projects joins us now. also
. >> the a's are trying to sign on the first wave but last night's game texas did not help. up next in spo >>> 8:47 and we need check on the forecast and if, when and where. >> lots of questions because it is getting brighter and down by the airport. we are looking still the gray skies down around san jose. live doppler 7-hd this morning. we're not looking at any rain despite the fact that cooler air mass and tropical pressure so the way for the second half of the weekend. still august in san francisco with low clouds and fog. roof camera looking at lots of gray. 54 in san francisco. mountain view, 57. 56 for you and half moon bay at 54. north end of the bay has been cloudy with the fog in santa rosa. mount tam, marine layer is about 2,000 feet and depth of the fog is slowly erode bringing in sunshine. concord is sunny at 58. 59 at livermore. sunny and warm afternoon in inland east bay. and pretty gray out there but it will be nice mild afternoon across the bay in oakland hopefully bringing the a's some luck. mist and drizzle at the shoreline to start. mild temperatures there, even with th
, sir. and then there is this man, alexander, ferdman organizing a crime ring in texas. it hasn't stopped him from coming to california, setting up a drug rehab clinic and billing taxpayers. even though, felons are barred from running drug med cal centers. >> how can a guy like you run a drug rehab in california. this is a major insurance car crash scheme in texas. >> i was convicted, but it's not what it seems. >> reporter: in the last two fiscal years, taxpayers spent nearly $186 million supposedly treating drug and alcohol abuse patients in california. our investigation with the center for investigative reporting found half of that money, or about $94 million has gone to clinics that have shown questionable billing practices or signs of fraud. joy jaffers former drug medical supper visor says she complained to the state for years about all the obvious fraud. >> we found billing records for people in jail. one person dead. people who said they didn't need this kind of treatment. >> uh-huh. >> clinics closed on a certain day, billing for that certain day. >> uh-huh. >> none of
neorme cantidad de tormentas, hay un bache como frío sin embargo la alata presión al norte de texas allá en los estados vecinos nos afecta a nosotros porque también afecta a la baja humedad, cielos parcialmente nublados y sobre todo vientos, que en el Área de la bahía realmente nos afecta, estamos marcnado 6 millones por hora, esta misma tarde usted espera 58 grados con vientos de 12 millas por hora, 65 para mañana sábado las mínimas en los 50, ahí tiene usted los 60 para san josé. >>> ♪. >> buenas tardes amigos bienvenidos esto es acción deportiva finalmente llego en la madrugada el cuerpo del christian "el chucho" benítez con miles de aficionados que llegaron a dalr el último tributo. >> este es el momento en que llegaba el feretro a ecuadoir de qatar, no se puede creer que hace unas semanas salió a conquistar el medio oriente, encabezado por el padre el juagdor, se daban a conocer los resultados de la segunda autopsia. >> presentaba una muerte por muerte natural y además una muerte subita de un periodo largo de tiempo en la cual se manfiesto lo siguiente, un edema agu
. >> trying to hold on to first place. tonight's game with texas did not help. is this the catch of the >>> last week it looked like the as might run away with the american league west title. rangers 2 1/2 back. this is osage racing. henderson. rangers pitcher walks five batters in four innings including two that scored on this double in the first. 2-0 as in a flash. rangers tied it up. in the fourth from the island a two-run homer. tommy malone gave up six runs. the rangers roll to their fifth straight win. sparky is not having any fun at all. madison was. brandon belt has been in a horrid slump. this would be your slump buster gone. he triples and singled. 1-1 game. the very next batter high deep. a two-run blast as the giants take the series opener 4-1. could this be the catch of the year? angels outfielder robs with a leaping catch. over the wall. even though he landed over the wall he caught it. it is not a home run. that is an out. it is spectacular. >>> little league baseball. belmont versus arizona. this game is all belmont. third inning. their pitcher bringing it. way to
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in one summer. between the far reaches of texas and the atlantic ocean in 1964, the very first ones came up. the chapter right in the middle shows how the power of race and the power of this movement really drove partisan politics in ways that people do not appreciate today. that is part of our misremembering. we do not want to remember how powerful a force race can be in our politics. tavis: this was really one of the greatest movements, but what does your study of this era say about the through line that allows us to go from moment to momentum to movement. you can talk about drones or others. >> that is a wonderful question. that is what i talked to my students about. i am trying to teach this history myself. the inspirational thing, the college kids, starting in 1960 and the freedom ride, they argued about this all night. what is our responsibility? what is the citizen's role? do we have a role, even if they say we are not citizens and cannot vote? the inspirational thing about someone like diane nash, even if we are not allowed to vote, we can move the country towards a situation whe
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on to first place. tonight's game with texas did not help. is this the catch of the >>> last week it looked like the as might run away with the american league west title. rangers 2 1/2 back. this is osage racing. henderson. rangers pitcher walks five batters in four innings including two that scored on this double in the first. 2-0 as in a flash. rangers tied it up. in the fourth from the island a two-run homer. tommy malone gave up six runs. the rangers roll to their fifth straight win. sparky is not having any fun at all. madison was. brandon belt has been in a horrid slump. this would be your slump buster gone. he triples and singled. 1-1 game. the very next batter high deep. a two-run blast as the giants take the series opener 4-1. could this be the catch of the year? angels outfielder robs with a leaping catch. over the wall. even though he landed over the wall he caught it. it is not a home run. that is an out. it is spectacular. >>> little league baseball. bel this game is all belmont. third inning. their pitcher bringing it. way to go, kid. 14 strikeouts. complete game. in the four
. in states like colorado and texas and florida. the cost of individual ly -- its for new tax hikes. >> monica, go ahead. >> let's take a step back and remember what this is really about. let's take a look at the big picture. obama in 2008 spoke about the fundment transformation of the nation. health care was his greatest lever in order to affect that. that's why he did out immediately. obama care was never about health care, health insurance or health reform. it was only and solely and still is about government power and control. when you look at the history of authoritarian regimes, one of the first things they do when they seize power is seize control of the health care system, for one simple reason. if the government controls your health care, the government controls you, period. >> i'm going to bring up that 10 yerld -- >> it's going to be funded on the backs of young americans. folks under 35 years old, men and women. that e that's. >> a study just came out that 26-year-olds are going to have to cover 80% of their premiums. if you got sick, you would go to the emergency room and you woul
winning four straight, texas is now just three and a half games back with three games against oakland, setting the stage for some very competitive baseball this weekend at the colise coliseum. >> we're trying to win every game possible. it's nice that the texas rangers come in and give us extra motivation. always nice to play another team in our division. they're chasing us, you know. so they're going to have to, you know, bring their a game and so are we. >> i wouldn't disagree with that. i mean, there's two months' baseball yet to be played. so i think any series, once you get into august and especially when you're playing your division rival in close proximity in the standings, it always takes on a little bit more importance. but you'll be saying that the next time we play them and probably every series leading up. but i think it makes for good fun you know that we have them here on a weekend right now. they're playing completely opposite they were playing a week ago. i mean they get three walk offs in a row and a good game out of darvish yesterday. so they're playing pretty good r
, the as they welcomed the rangers to town this weekend. the good news, oakland still has a 3.5 game lead over texas. the rangers are coming into town having won four in a row winning with three consecutive walkoff homers against the angels. the first time the rangers ever hit three consecutive walkoff homers in their history. >> we have to play better and, you know, be a weekend series it should be attended well and have some excitement that, you know, when you start august on, you feel like every series is -- has a little more importance to them tan when you're playing texas it is so it will be a big series for us. we're looking forward to it. >> the rangers picked up adam rosales off waivers. he was with the as. but boy, you had to figure the as if they get over them on this weekend and widen the gap a little bit it's going to be a fun roller coaster ride to the finish. >> good deal. thanks, vern. >> the latest news and weather are always on kpix.com. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. >> i had found the defendant, your
with the american league west title. rangers roared back into the race. they open a 3 game set with texas tonigh tonight. sauce am racing. a stichlt henderson. going to if 1,000 out of 1,000 or should be an investigation. tl 5 batters 4 innings including the 2 that scored on the double in the first 2. athletic. tied in the sec. bugs big swing. cruz 26th of the year. in the fourth now 4-2. he's from if har common name. only lasted a few innings. texas in the eighth. rangers we know would leave them 2 and a half game behind first place a. giants in tampa. bruce doing this for months. the poor little kid craig. 7 inningsment struck out 11. one reason. wrn done belt. taking out the belt. smoked it off chris archer. also triple single in the game. tied in the seventh after 2 o on. next batter crew ford. out of here. 2 run homer and the giants take the series opener in tampa. 4-1. little league baseball belmont red wad shores playing in the west regional in this. solo blast part of a 3 run inning. shawn lee wicked stuff. he struck out 14. belmont brad pretty good pitcher in
program here in california? you were convicted in texas -- >> i was convicted but it's not what it seems. >> reporter: in the last two fiscal years, taxpayers spent nearly $186 million, supposedly treating drug and alcohol patients in california. our investigation found half of that money, or about $94 million, as gone to clinics that have shown questionable billing practices or signs of fraud. former drug medi-cal supervisor says she complained to the state for years about all the obvious fraud. we found billing records for people in jail, one person dead, people who said they didn't need this kind of treatment. >> uh-huh. >> reporter: clinics closed on a certain day, billing for that certain day. >> you hi. >> reporter: none of this surprises you? >> not at all. we found all of those things. >> reporter: for more than a month, cnn has been asking for an explanation from the state of california, and for more than a month, we've gotten nowhere. can i just ask you from you, why? >> that wasn't my decision. >> reporter: state health officials in one sacramento building after another refuse
has been implicated in recalls in the past six on the fda website. there's a large outbreak in texas. there's a large outbreak in florida. so far, i've been talking to the investigators there. they've not been able to connect it to the same product. >> meantime, we're talking about two, huge restaurant chains. the olive garden and red l lobster. is it safe to eat there? >> i think it is. this ended in july. the symptoms can go on for a month if you're not treated. but the product that caused the outbreak in those states is no longer in the market. >> why is it taking so long to figure out the cause of the outbreak? >> some outbreaks are very easy. you eat something you get sick right away. with this, it can take a week when you eat something until you get sick. it's very tricky to do those studies. now, they have to go back to the farms and say what happened here? what can we do in the farms in mexico to prevent this. >> the bottom line is the safety in those restaurants, and still out there in 14 states. >> more to come. >>> more to come here on this broadcast. a lot of other news b
. temperatures well above 100 degrees in texas. >> dylan dreyer, thanks very much. a-rod addresses the speculation that his baseball career may be over. he talks in riddles, though. what does he mean? having a heart attack. the emts gave me bayer aspirin. it helped save my life. i was in shape, fit. i did not see it coming. my doctor recommends i take bayer aspirin to help prevent another heart attack. [ male announcer ] aspirin is not appropriate for everyone so be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i've lived through a massive heart attack. i don't take life for granted. see your doctor and get checked out. ♪ and this park is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fiber in metamucil actually gels. and that gelling helps to lower some cholesterol. metamucil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fiber. >>> i think it's fair to presume if they're ringing the alarm bells now, based on what we know in prior occasions, very likely once again there's a human source that's talking about something imminent. it's not clear what the target is, exactly wh
. and the and the trying to hang o first place. last night's game against texas didn't help. up next in sports, larry beil has more on >> welcome back. lisa is with us. we are back together. feels like it's been a long time. >> yeah, yeah. it's nice and we will have another nice afternoon. it will be a little warmer today than tomorrow. and it certainly was warmer yesterday. hope you noticed. >> yes. >> so with the sunshine this afternoon, we will manage some upper 80s in our inland east bay. but around the bay, despite the sunshine, still temperate wishes is good because we are going to cool down from the readings we reached today. so numbers throughout the afternoon will be the warmest you will see in the next seven days. so today is the warmest day out there as we get a trough situated along the northwest coast. here's a look at the golden gate bridge. and you will notice that we are looking at the low clouds, even some mist and drizzle so you may need your wipers if you are headed north or south. temperatures have dropped into the 50s. it's a cool one out there. san francisco 54 degrees. 58 in mountai
. >> thanks, lisa. the a's, trying to hang on to first place. but last night's game against texas did not help. up next in sports, larry beil has more on >> welcome back. hang in there, san jose, the sun is coming. lisa argen is here now. >> yeah. that is shy of their average high this time of year. we should be about 83. but it has been pretty nice in the averages. if you can stay away from the cloudy coast. maybe you like that. it's been with us for quite some time and that is the norm this time of year. temperatures struggling to make it to near averages today. but we are looking at the warmest day of the weekend today. in fact, the warmest day out of the next seven is today. live doppler 7hd," we are looking at the low clouds and fog up to 2,000 feet deep. the golden gate bridge with mist and drizzle this morning, but we will look for sunshine in the city, although it will stay gray here. mid-50s downtown with airport delays just under an hour. 57 in oakland, with afternoon sun and a mild day on the way. 54, we talked about that in san jose. 53 in los gatos and mt. tam looking at about 260
-- 2009 inserted i yield a minute and a half to the gentleman from texas mr. carter. >> he is recognized for 90 seconds. i thank you for bringing forward this bill. i would be willing to bet if you a poll in think household in america and said who do you or your e i.r.s. doctor, doctors with overwhelming ly overwhelmingly be trusted. he i.r.s. would be overwhelmingly distrusted. i don't understand when we laws in this congress restricting the access health care information and bring severe penalties on our care providers for releasing health care these hipaa and laws and they have been around for a while now i would say. we write a bill that turns this, the entire health system's administration over to the one agency that the american people hate american agency.r now, some of the democrats like it because they like to get other people's money and spends it but the rty i the i.r.s. is trusted ed, wasn't before the events that have been described here today. oday they are totally distrusted. in fact they are totally feared of what they can do to the lives of american citize citizens. this
infrastructure investment across america in places like illinois, california, and texas the we have seen our financing loan program helped denver, colorado finance their railroads station. those projects would not have been possible without leadership that the state and local level. frankly, governors can make it happen. -factor.the x you are the difference between a tahrir rating road and a 21st century highway that is -- road and a 21st century highway that is safe and efficient. i can tell you after meeting with members of congress on both sides of the aisle, they agree. the hard part is agreeing on a .ay to fund these needs. 21 was a good start. it provided states with 8 years of funding. 2 years-- states with of funding. it gave people a better value money byr mining -- institutionalizing best practices and allowing them to work faster and smarter. expires next september. we are facing long-term deficits. the way we have been doing business is not sustainable. i do not have to tell you. many are already looking at innovative ways to find your own transportation needs. this year, half of
this. let's say you bought texas instruments at, say, $30 and you thought it could go up $9 or down $3. your potential up side was three times the size of your potential down side. fabulous risk-reward, right? but then suppose during the rally texas rocketing up four points on no news. that could change everything in your mind, everything. after that run texas instruments could go five or down seven, which means you know own a stock where the down side outweighs the up side. so what if the stock's been a good performer? that's awful risk-reward. and you'll want to sell. >> sell sell sell! >> end of story. as much as we may know and like the. and know it hasn't changed that much in value the stock is simply not the same stock up seven points than it was before. same company, not the say stock. more expensive and not as safe. if there's too much enthusiasm all at once, text instruments can be downright dangerous. same company, different stock. hey, good company, expensive stock. second reason to get tough on your stocks during a rally is so you can figure out which ones to sell and sell
you bought texas instruments at, say, $30 and you thought it could go up $9 or down $3. your potential up side was three times the size of your potential down side. fabulous risk-reward, right? but then suppose during the rally texas rocketing up four points on no news. that could change everything in your mind, everything. after that run texas instruments could go five or down seven, which means you know own a stock where the down side outweighs the up side. so what if the stock's been a good performer? that's awful risk-reward. and you'll want to sell. >> sell sell sell! >> end of story. as much as we may know and like the company. and know it hasn't changed that much in value the stock is simply not the same stock up seven points than it was before. same company, not the say stock. more expensive and not as safe. if there's too much enthusiasm all at once, text instruments can be downright dangerous. same company, different stock. hey, good company, expensive stock. second reason to get tough on your stocks during a rally is so you can figure out which ones to sell and sell hard. i
are broke and single and that's austin, texas. the website moneyunder30.com is the website. with half as many bars as austin, salt lake city ranks third. white house chef sam kasz is heading up the first lady's let's move program to fight obesity. she works at the health and human services department. the most beautiful is arizona congressman jeff. he was pictured shirtless in photos taken during a tropical island vacation a few years back. not too bad. ♪ as long as i got my suit and tie ♪ >> it's quite appropriate to sing about his suit and tie since he placed second on "vanity fair" best dressed. . the number one in the world is kerry washington. the middle of this special moment and i need to run off to the bathroom. ♪ i'm fed up with always having to put my bladder's needs ahead of my daughter. ♪ so today, i'm finally talking to my doctor about overactive bladder symptoms. [ female announcer ] know that gotta go feeling? ask your doctor about prescription toviaz. one toviaz pill a day significantly reduces sudden urges and accidents, for 24 hours. if you have certain stoma
as baseball game plague host to the texas rangers 3.5 games back. what a series this is going to be. make sure you dress in layers with a game time temperature of 64. numbers for your saturday, starting with the beaches into the 60s. westerlies kicking up to 15. 60s and 70s common around the peninsula then the low 80s the further south you get to morgan hill and into gilroy. we wrap around the central bay, head towards the owner portion of the bay area, oh, numbers fading out but up to 87 degrees in the warmest locations. meanwhile, north of the bay, the temperatures will top off at 79 in novato and 92 lakeport, windsor 84. the extended forecast does call for this, what do you see? that's what you're going to get each and every day, temperatures 60s at the coast, and then an extensive marine layer really deepens by tuesday all the way through friday with very little clearing there. we'll even introduce a few localized drizzly showers around the coast, 60s bayside and seasonal, this is actually seasonal for this time of the year and i was looking at some of our long-range computer models, no r
archer that is where they are now in the 8th inning. a's hosting texas tonight. belmont in the board on the third part of a three-run inning for them. complete game shut out. belmont cruises in their first game in so cal playing hawaii sunday morning. tiger woods needed this effort with the british open. started the day two back on a roll after a birdie makes eagle on two. he birdied on the back nine had a chance at a magical record highing 59. a course record nine under 61. >> i'm very, very happy i was able to post that z i just thinking whatever lead i had i just increasing this lead. abc 7 sports brought to you by orchard supply hardware. >> we'll see. he might have momentum. 5 me on cable channel p 13. the source of a stomach bug outbreak. fda traces to it a mexico farm with a california connection. >> then, can they do it? bart and unions talking right now. we'll be back with the impact if they fail. >> and stay with us for shank tank, what would you do, then 2020. >> that does it for are this edition of abc 7 news, thanks for joining us. >> from all of us here, we appreciate
in the 8th inning. a's hosting texas tonight. belmont in the board on the third part of a three-run inning for them. mplete game shut out. belmont cruises in their first game in so cal playing hawaii sunday morning. tiger woods needed this effort with the british open. started the day two back on a roll after a birdie makes eagle on two. he birdied on the back nine had a chance at a magical record highing 59. a course record nine under 61. >> i'm very, very happy i was able to post that z i just thinking whatever lead i had i just increasing this lead. abc 7 sports brought to you by orchard supply hardware. >> we'll see. he might have momentum. 5 me on cable channel p 13. the source of a stomach bug outbreak. fda traces to it a mexico farm with a california connection. >> then, can they do it? bart and unions talking right now. we'll be back with the impact if they fail. >> and stay with us for shank tank, what would you do, then 2020. >> that does it for are this edition of abc 7 news, thanks for joining us. >> from all of us here, we appreciate your time. (male announcer) in new york ci
. >> the a's taking on texas. a pretty good match-up. last area the oakland a's were in full place for exactly one day. this year it is the rangers playing catch-up. tonight, three and a half games back of the green and gold as they kick off a three-game tilt in oakland. where we go. the a's on the board first. bottom one. two on. two out. and brandon moss is going to double off the wall in left. jed lowry scores. moss's 50th and 51st rbis this season. the a's are up 2-0. top four, 4-2, rangers. goes deep to left. his fourth home run of the year. the rangers up 6-2. final score, rangers, 8, a's, 3. giants visiting the tampa bay rays. madison bumgarner. document nanlt on the mound. get evan longoria swinging in the fifth. in the sixth, james loney down swinging. jose swinging. bumgarner would finish with 11 k's. top seven, tied 1-1. a triple into the gap. pence scores. belt would finish the day. a double side of the cycle. the giants are winners 4-1. franers have sanld wide receivers to one-year contracts. the two impressed during a 48 tryout. both are california natives. hawkins is
a two and a half game lead on texas in the al west. >>> what a night. so much for his struggles. watch him tie it up here in the 6th with his 11th big fly for the year tied at one all around in tampa. then the 7th, belt, he put it is giants ahead. it's a triple off the base of the wall. scoring hunter pence and pitcher madison that's a game face. giants win it 4 to 1, the thirds-straight victory. >>> switching to golf, tiger woods running away with it at firestone. when his putting is on, forget about it. tiger nearly unbeatable. this one at 12. then at 18, he finished at 9 under par 61, and right now he's 13 under and leads the field by 7 after two rounds. >>> nfl taking care of his business today. the raiders. they inc.ed another to five-year contract extension with 19 million with 8 million guaranteed. top five time here we go. let's do it. no. 5, x games los angeles, steve mccan is jacked up. he did get up, though. he did tweet that he was fine. there he is. no. 4, temper swatted a ball in frustration and took out a line judge. olga forfeited the match no. 3. shot to the man zone.
otros estados dicen. en texas funcionarios de salud pÚblica han recibido mÁs de cien reportes de persona enfermas pero aÚn no ha encontrado el motivo de la enfermedad. el estado emitiÓ aviso que insta mÉdicos a revisar a pacientes para ver si tienen sÍntoma de la infecciÓn. >>> bueno a la aumentaron la vigilancia en otros productos de hoja verde de exporto ademÁs en tanto las personas con edad avanzada y aquellas con sistemas dÉbiles como los niÑos, pueden estar en mayor riesgo de la enfermedad prolongada, conÉctese al doctor juan rivera para mÁs consejos mÉdicos en univisiÓn noticias.com. >>> y esta empresa americana pero tiene que operaciÓn nosotros mÉxico como lo decÍas y que en esa planta mÉxico adÓnde vendrÍa el problema ¿no?. >>> asÍ es correctamente. >>> gracias buen fin de semana. >>> gracias. >>> y un tema mÉdico de salud la fda estableciÓ reglats nuevas para que un producto diga que no tengo iglÚ ten, y el iglu ten que contenga sea menor de 20 partes por mayor es una prot esquina estÁ en el trigo que a las persona con enfermedad le puede provocar ciertas
dallas, texas. it is kind of hard to look at the economy positively when the leaders are passion the economy. -- are dashing the economy. i would like to add that i work for a company or basically do a job for two people. doingof companies are that. they have a small workforce and the get more profits. why would you want to hire? owner, i would probably try to do that to. as far as obamacare, how can it be affecting people so much without even being in effect? i think that is a lot of hogwash. thank you for your time. richard from washington dc, independent line. caller: thank you for taking my call. economy is the way congress and major corporations wanted to be. they repealed glass-steagall act -- which isy call an insurance subsidy. they call it obamacare to throw people off. people need to realize that congress and corporations work hand-in-hand. a want this economy to crash. wall street in the banks are doing good. did you hear how bad people are doing. -- yet you hear how bad people are doing. anything for the people of this country, there is nothing there for you. the only
is sent home with a run. they win the final 4-1. the oakland rays see the texas rangers cut to 2.5 after another loss last night. a's jumped tout to a 2-0 lead. that wouldn't last long. they take tommy malone deep to left. a 2-run homer for him. they go on to win and you can watch today's texas and a's game. the coverage begins at 12:30. >> more detailon the stomach bug, the outbreak has been now linked to. >> no problems right here over on the 101 northbound near milk key, we have a lock with a big rig. blays there's a collision that led to an overturned vehicle. keep an eye out on those programs if you're headed out to the roadway. it's 8:41. on mornings at 2. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over
is larger than texas. but you know what? it's a lot of fun. >> in 1911, a small town kansas farmer named clyde cessna built his own airplane. little did he know that this would lead to the birth of the most prolific aircraft manufacturing brand of all time, with total production and delivery exceeding 190,000. cessna originally partnered with lloyd c. stearman, future president of lockheed martin, and walter beech, cofounder of beech aircraft. the three founded travel air and focused on building biplanes. it wouldn't be until 1924 that cessna aircraft was founded. the company's goal was to focus on single engine monoplanes. it would be this very style of aircraft that the cessna brand would become synonymous with, along with general aviation as a whole. i caught up with cessna's angela baldwin at airventure in oshkosh, wisconsin. did clyde cessna have any idea that the cessna of back then would become the cessna of today? >> no, and we think he'd be quite proud of what we've been able to accomplish. i mean, we've got the fastest business jet in the world, and yet, we're still teaching th
in texas and immediately the president says : 90 day reviw from the federal agencies about new regulations. maybe the regulators that were supposed to be watching those chemical plants were not doing their jobs. it never crosses mind. all this regulation is expensive. they add up for reason. >> franchise friday. at this point when you see the terrible jobs that are being cread by the larger economy, to a certain extent you have to take your fad to our own hands . melissa: find your own way out. i mean, maybe is this possib what it is coming to an america, the you really have to look for your own solution at this point because things are not getting better coming from washington? your thoughts? >> i think that's right. particularly if you get a recent college graduates. good degrees and would like to get good, well paying jobs and i just unable to, or people who were laid off and the great recession and its aftermath and are unable to get jobs that pay what they were making before th were laid off. as a result they the kind of people you would look to the start franchises to my take -- char
boehner. >> former texas congressman rand atl was the keynote speaker the young americans for liberty national convention. we will show you his remarks in their entirety tomorrow here on c-span. in the meantime, here's a preview of the former congressmen's remarks. and --biggest break -- the risk is how sluggish will they get. speaking out can be dangerous. we write laws on purpose. all of politicians want truth. they want us to know everything about government so they write to be strict laws. if you are a whistleblower, we will protect you. yeah, sure. you do that and they charge you with treason. know, theds me of you with an empire of life. the empire, the big government is only held together by lies. these revolutions whether bradley manning or snowden, they have not heard us area they have hurt the bureaucrat. that hurt a politician. they embarrass them. you may we spy on every country in the world? we spy on them? isy probably suspected, but out in the open. they are embarrassed. treasonous to maintaining the faÇade they are wonderful and good and humanitarian. away frankly, th
's talk about those. number one, dallas-fort worth and houston number two. so texas is doing well. >> yeah. texas is doing well. texas even did well through the recession. there is a lot of opportunities in many different sectors. healthcare is doing very well. insurance, retail, again is hot area in texas well as information technology and engineering. >> alisyn: that might explain why atlanta and seattle and phoenix are also doing well. for people out there looking for jobs, you suggest that they look in nursing -- >> -- yes. >> and retail. >> retail, customer service, sales, it, again, is one of the hottest areas. you do need to have the experience and the skills. but there are a lot of opportunities in information technology. even, i think we had on the list truck drivers is coming back, which is a good economic indicator, you know, certainly that there is opportunity. so the positions are across the board in many sectors, but you really need to look at what states and what cities are performing well, you know, people that are open to relocation should certainly consider options becaus
to the gentleman from texas, mr. culberson. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i appreciate very much the gentleman from georgia filing this important legislation and i feel my day is not complete. unless we get a chance to cut spending and cut obamacare. obamacare contains more than 20 tax increases and gives the irs unprecedented authority to collect personal health information from more than 300 million americans. obamacare requires all insurance companies to report to the irs the name, address, identification number and type of insurance policy purchased by every customer, along with the determination whether or not the insurance was, quote, government approved. i'm very proud to be a co-author of dr. price's legislation that will prohibit the irs from collecting our personal health care information. the irs has admitted this i've heard from so many stints who are members of patriotic organizations. they stepped up for the first time in their lives to get involved in organizations like the texas tea party, the king street patriots, and for standing up as patriots and trying to do the right things fo
states that are not extending, about 21, also about 9 million people, and this is essentially texas, the most number of uninsured people in the united states, primarily through the this is essentially texas, the most number of uninsured people in the united states, primarily through the midwest, the entire south, the deep south, montana, idaho, miami, and utah.-- idaho, wyoming, and utah. there are some states that are still debating -- michigan, indiana, pennsylvania, a few others. i was thinking, where i want to be on january 1 is the four corners and with one arm in new mexico, another arm in colorado i'm getting this wrong -- arizona, new mexico, colorado, utah, and utah is the only one that does not have the medicaid expansion. host: there are differences depending on what side of the border you are on -- guest: unlike the exchanges and subsidies, available to anybody in the united states, the medicaid expansion will only be available to those states that have chosen to do so. host: one of our followers on facebook says -- "health insurance would be as expensive as car insuranc
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